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Fourteen college students from Diocese begin 867-mile trek to Virginia for Alternative Spring Break
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Catholic Relief Services resumes relief operations in southern Haiti: But ongoing violence paralyzes aid distribution in most of nation
Increased role for women will help society "organized solely accord-
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Special supplement: Financial Planning
Fr. Ron Rolheiser -- Cross bears witness to profoundly high cost of love, sticking to our commitments
Msgr. Jim Lisante -- Stewards look to God to find the help forgiveness brings
Kathy Cribari Hamer -- Making our lives sing out with the words "I love you" for all we know
Charlie Martin -- When a relationship ends, do we try to restore it or move on?
Fr. John Dietzen -- The origins of private confession
Fr. Richard McBrien -- Mel Gibson does not believe Evangelical Protestants he successfully pitched The Passion of the Christ to are going to heaven
James Hitchcock -- Some critics of The Passion of the Christ are upset Mel Gibson has religious beliefs and expresses them
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Parish finds help from diocese
only a phone call away
Staff often uses support provided through annual Bishop's Appeal
FINDING HELP: Sr. Judy Miller and Jenny Thorn at St. Mary Parish, Oshkosh, regularly use services provided by the Bishop's Appeal. (Richard Meyer photo)
Sixth in a series on Bishop's Appeal 2004
By Joanne Flemming
There are two indications that St. Mary Parish in Oshkosh benefits daily from services provided by Green Bay diocesan agencies, said Sr. Judy Miller, parish director.
First, until the diocese got its 1-877 toll-free phone number, the most frequently called number on the parish's long distance bill was the diocesan number.
Second, when St. Mary staff talk about diocesan personnel, they use first names. "We do
interact with them a lot," Sr. Miller said. Full story ...
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Legislative proposals would offer treatment to
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Msgr. John Schuh keeps diocesan ceremonies running smoothly
Parish giving doesn't stop with basket at altar
Parishes give just as they ask members to give
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Reflection on the Readings by Auxiliary Bishop Morneau --
March 14, 2004: 'Remove the sandals from your feet' (Lent)
Explaining the Scripture by Fr. Richard Ver Bust --
March 14, 2004: God's grace cannot be taken lightly (Lent)
Editorial -- Keeping count
Major League Baseball is not the only storehouse of amazing historical
Editorial -- Setting the standard high
Our children deserve high expectations
Saint of the Day --
A royal, ruling family feud
Matilda had two sons who both wanted the crown
Tom Rinkoski --
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At the dinner table we learn that food blessed, broken and shared nourishes
Praying with Sunday's Scriptures (Lent)
Sidebar: Readings for the Week